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Program Fee and Aid

Program Fee

Here’s your opportunity to fast-track your career and future success. Hour for hour, our MBA program is proven to be one of the best values for working professionals across the region.

Program Fee is set each spring for the class that will enter in August. The 2016 PMBA program fee is $760 per credit hour. This fee includes tuition, fees*, books and materials. Once you are accepted into the PMBA program, your program fee is locked in as long as continuous progress toward your degree is maintained.

*This program fee per credit hour does not include costs for UB Health Insurance, which you will be required to purchase if you are not already covered by a health plan.

State University of New York Policy

When you register for courses, you assume responsibility for paying all program fees associated with your registration. You must pay even if you did not attend a single class unless you have dropped or resigned your courses according to the published deadlines. Read the university liability deadlines.

Financial Aid

Financial aid is available to accepted PMBA students taking a minimum of six credit hours per semester. Many students pursue federal and/or private loans.

Non-matriculated students will not receive financial aid per Federal Eligibility Guidelines.

Scholarship Opportunities

UB PMBA GMAT/GRE Scholarships

The Professional MBA program has a legacy associated with a top-ranked business school and that starts with the best applicants. Accepted applicants will earn a $250 scholarship, which will be applied to their student account in their first semester if they:

  • score 625 or better on the GMAT


  • score 160 or better on both the verbal and quantitative sections of the GRE

Outside Scholarship Opportunities

If you have additional questions, contact the PMBA Office at 716-645-3200 or

Payment Plan

The university offers an installment payment plan. Find out information on dates and the payment plan application on the UB's Student Accounts website.